Recent advances in nickel-catalyzed C–C and C–N bond formation via HA and ADC reactions
In recent times, earth-abundant 3d-transition-metal catalysts have attracted much attention in contemporary catalysis. They have been widely employed as suitable alternatives to their counterparts noble metals. In particular, nickel catalysts provide distinctive redox properties; thus, their efficiency in sustainable organic transformations is manifold. In this review article, recent advances in nickel-catalyzed hydrogen auto-transfer (HA) and acceptorless dehydrogenative coupling (ADC) reactions for the construction of C–C and C–N bonds have been discussed.
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